Single Point/Single Function
FilterSense’s instrument platform provides cutting-edge design and leading value for single point instrumentation (line powered alarm devices and loop powered transmitters – HART available).
Industry leading technology includes accurate low level sensing and true automatic zero, and span measurements (for EPA self-tests) under the low power constraints of a loop power device.
Mechanical features include modular display, removable electronics module, water intrusion protection, custom housing (rotatable with multiple conduits), heavy-duty modular sensor, and both integral one-piece instruments (shown) and remote electronics.
PRO models have value-added technology for demanding optimization and up time requirements of process plants, quality assurance features and accuracy requirements for EPA compliance, heavy-duty construction for long life in harsh conditions, and highest hazardous area ratings. Basic models offer a lower price yet still provide essential functions and high quality.
Device & Process Diagnostics
Device health diagnostics (to NAMUR 107), such as ground and power quality checks, ensure proper installation while process diagnostics such as real-time signal analysis provide service alerts and insight into process occurrences.
Internal Data & Event Logging
Logging of process values, alarms, EPA self-tests, and events goes beyond record keeping or data redundancy. It provides added insight for faster decision making and better remote support.
EPA QA and Accuracy
Self-test circuits (zero, upscale/span, linearity and sensor condition), and high precision options enable meeting EPA quality assurance, and relative mass accuracy specifications in standards such as, but not limited to, ASTM D7392 and EN 15859.
Certified fieldbus protocols, industrial Ethernet, HART, 4-20mA (to NAMUR 43), USB, and SD cards provide efficient ways to manage devices, take full advantage of available information, and better control processes.
PRO electronics can operate from -40 °F (-40 °C) to 158 °F (70 °C), and with critical circuits conformal coated, can be installed in dusty and corrosive environments. All PRO sensing probes are engineered to withstand the rigors of 24/7/365 operation in harsh processes while not overlooking less known but critical factors, such as flow-induced vibration fatigue
PRO remote control units offer built-in intrinsic safety barriers to directly connect PS Series particulate sensors for intrinsically safe installations (all classes/zones/groups). PRO loop powered transmitters with integral electronics (i.e., one-piece devices) are also available intrinsically safe.
|Key Features||PM 100 PRO||PM 100||PM 1 PRO||PM 1|
|Function/# of Monitoring||Multi-Function / MultiPoint||Single-Function / Singlepoint|
|Expandable Modular Platform (MICS™)||●||●|
|Distributed System Controller||●|
|# of Channels||1 to 32||1 to 16||1||1 to 16|
|NAMUR Diagnostics||NE 107/043||NE 107/043|
|Single Compartment Process Baghouse||●||●||●||●|
|Nusiance Dust Collector||●||●||●||●|
|Process Flow/Injection Lines/Cyclones||●||●||●||●|
|Other; Mist Eliminator/ESP||•||•|
|Power Supply||110-220 VAC (or) 24 VDC||110-220 VAC (or) 24 VDC||110-220 VAC (or) 24 VDC||2-Wire Loop Power|
|Processor/Display||Advanced Color Graphic||Basic Monochrome||Basic LCD||Basic Monochrome|
|Resolution/Minimum Detection||<1mg / mg³||1-5mg / mg³||<1mg / mg³||1-5mg / mg³|
|Discrete Output||(2) SPST 5A @ 24 VAC||(2) SPST 5A @ 24 VAC|
|Analog Output||Up to 8||Up to 4||(1) 4-20 mA isolated||(1) 4-20 mA isolated|
|Analog & Discrete Inputs||Up to 8 each||Up to 4 each|
|Ambient Temperature||-40°F to 158°F (-25°C to 70°C)||-13°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)||-40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C)||-13°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)|
|Process Temperature (Sensor)||-40°F to 1598°F (-40°C to 870°C)||-13°F to 500°F (-25°C to 260°C)||-40°F to 500°F (-25°C to 260°C)||-40°F to 1598°F (-40°C to 870°C)|
|Process Pressure (Sensor)||200 PSI (138 Bar)||50 PSI (3.4 Bar)||2000 PSI (138 Bar)||50 PSI (3.4 Bar)|
|Enclosure Rating||NEMA 4X||NEMA 4||NEMA 4X||NEMA 4X|
|Hazardous Area Rating||Class I Div. I||Class II Div. II||Class I Div. I||Class II Div. II|